What to Expect


The more information provided, the more effective CPS can be when investigating the case, so provide as much information as you can.

  • Address – home and where the child can best be located
  • Phone numbers
  • Child’s age or date of birth
  • Child’s condition/injuries
  • Any emotional, behavioral, or physical problems the child may have
  • Name of siblings or others that may be involved
  • Identify person responsible for abuse/neglect, if known

If the child is in immediate danger, call 911. They can respond immediately and will inform CPS.